[Charities.] The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT.63

[Charities.] The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT.

The Yearly Disbursements of this Company upon Charitable Accounts.

 


DISBURSEMENTS,
To Whom, and to what Use.
Value per
An. given.
Donors Names.
SCHOOLS.l. s. d. 
THE School at Audlem20 00 00 Bolton
At Wallingford, to the School and Poor 20 00 00 Biggs, Esq;
At Ashwel14 00 00 Coleburn
Merchant Taylors, to the Schoolmaster14 00 00Sir Thomas White
More for Fire06 00 00 
And for Water01 10 00 
Three Ushers Salaries80 00 00 
To the Probation at the School 10 00 00 
At Wolverhampton70 00 00Sir Steph. Jennings
To the Usher there35 00 00 
At Much Crosby,34 09 04John Harrison
At Burnshal, to the School, &c. there19 02 06Sir William Craven
PARISHES.  
S. Martins Outwich; of which this Company is Patron  
Lambeth Poor's Rate  
Marham12 13 04 
Odiham10 00 00 
Walshal20 00 00 
St. Antholin's02 11 00 
More to that Parish10 00 00 
More05 00 00 
St. Mildred's Poultry12 00 00 
More to that Parish01 12 00 
Rye, to the Churchwarden there  
Aldersgate  
More to that Parish05 00 00 
St. Austin's12 10 00 
Dodington  
St. Thomas Apostles  
St. Andrew Undershaft10 00 00 
More to that Parish02 00 00 
More02 11 00 
Pancras  
Hornesey  
Hicknam13 00 00 
Hanberry06 10 00 
St. Mary Woolnoth03 15 08 
St. Bartholomew's,  
St. Mary Abchurch10 00 09 
Poor of St. Paul's  
St. Christopher's Algate,
to the Poor there at Christmas
20 10 00 
St. Magnus01 00 00 
Brighthemsted01 00 00 


DISBURSEMENTS,
To Whom, and to what Use.
Value per
An. given.
Donors Names.
 l. s. d. 
St. Brides01 10 00 
Minoress01 19 08 
Garlickhith03 00 00 
St. Michael Cornhil02 08 00 
St. Dunstan's West  
EXHIBITIONS.  
St. John's College, Oxon. to the President, &c. 10 00 00 
To 4 poor Scholars, for Books12 00 00J. Juxon
To 5 poor Scholars at St. John's College10 00 00William Fish
To a poor Scholar at St. John's College02 00 00 Wooler
To 4 Scholars at St. John's College16 00 00 Vernon
LECTURES.  
Being Gifts, or yearly Augmentations to the Incumbents of  
St. Bartholomew's, being a yearly Sermon01 00 00 
Heyfield10 00 00John Hyde
Bromfield10 00 00 
St. Antholine's10 00 00 
Bloxwick20 00 00 
St. Michael's Cornhil01 00 00 
HOSPITALS.  
St. Bartholomew's10 00 00 
More to this Hospital10 13 04 
Christ's Hospital10 05 00 
Bridewel02 00 00 
Bethlem  
PRISONS and COMPTERS.  
Prisoners in Newgate  
The 2 Compters  
More to the Compters and Newgate  
To the Fleet  
To the Release of Prisoners20 00 00 
More to the Release of Prisoners16 00 00Mr. Vernon
Other Disbursements.  
To the Prebend of the Moor10 00 00 
To the Repair of the Highways13 00 00 


In SUM.l.
Paid by this Company in Pensions every Year to 273 Pensioners, above700
To Schools, Schoolmasters, and for Reparation of the Schools, and Exhibitions to Scholars, at least400
For Cloths and Fewel for the Pensioners,200
To several Country Towns and Corporations,500
For necessary Repairs and petty Expences,200
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So that the whole yearly Payments and Disbursements of the Company of Merchant Taylors amount to 2000l. and upwards.
Communicated to me by Mr. Bateman, sometime Master of this Company.

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